5 RV Parks near Kayenta, Arizona
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Kayenta. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Kayenta in the left hand column.
Jun 2017 - $1.00
It is actually free to camp here, with a seven day limit. There are two campgrounds, Canyon View and Sunset. Sunset, with 31 small sites, can be reached by all paved roads and is the closest to the Visitor Center. It has flush toilets and drinking water, but not for filling RV tanks. Also, there is no dump station, so plan on arriving with full tanks and leaving with waste. Canyon View requires driving on some good gravel road and is a little further away from the Visitor Center. There are some close branches, so if this is your campground of choice, it would probably be a good idea to scout it first via car/truck. It has pit toilets and no water but the sites are much better separated than Sunset and the views are fantastic at some of the sites. We chose Canyon View and had no difficulty with our 28 foot motorhome except for using care with the tree branches. The Park website indicates that 28 foot length is the maximum, but we saw several longer rigs. We loved our space and ended up staying longer than we had originally planned. We had reasonable Verizon service, voice and data. We were able to get DirecTV without a problem. We would definitely camp there again. - TheJim
Oct 2016 - $1.00
Camping is free but RV park reviews won't accept a zero.
This is one of our favorite places. RV limit is listed at 27'. Be aware that you will have a couple of hundred yards of narrow, rough road, but the beautiful views as well as the peacefulness make it worth it. A real gem! - MaryinPrescott
Sep 2016 - $1.00
Wonderful campground for tent campers! Well kept sites and it was only half-full. Very quiet. And no big rvs with noisy generators. There was an 18 wheeler making a delivery to the visitor center who evidently got lost and became stuck on the loop road at 6:30 in the morning. It took him an hour to painfully find his way out. Other than that it was great, and the guided hike into Betatakin Ruins was spectacular. We took the short and steep route down an endless staircase to the canyon bottom. It was a fairy land! Our guide was very knowledgeable regarding native plants and the history of the area. Would love to visit in Winter! Not to be missed if you are a lover of canyon country. - Canyon Wren
Mar 2017 - $40.00
The ONLY reason to stay here is the amazing scenery! This "park" is nothing more than a sloping hillside that has had a little grading to make it drive-able. We stayed one night. No hookups, VERY out of level site. Was not informed the park doesn't allow dogs when we called, we had 2 with us. Staff was unfriendly and acted like we were imposing on them by checking in. There is a $20.00 ENTRANCE fee on top of the cost for the camping site. Went to the hotel/restaurant. Walked into the restaurant wanting to have breakfast. There were 4, young Native American girls working. All of them looked at us and then proceeded to ignore us. We stood around and waited for about 5 minutes for one of them to acknowledge us and left. That pretty much sums up the overall attitude we encountered from most of the employees we came in contact with. I do have to mention, the 2 girls we dealt with in the gift shop were very friendly. - gnlandrus
Mar 2017 - $40.00
This park is a big rip-off. For the amount of money you're going to spend, stay nearby at a park with full hook-ups. You'll end up paying the $20 entrance fee no matter what. The website photos are photo shopped and the brochure lists an off-season (no dates actually given) rate of $50/night. And they have a NO PET policy! No hook-ups, no view, a hot gravel slot, minimal to no security, and pet unfriendly. - Black Hills Tiger
Jun 2016 - $40.00
This dry campground is located within the Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park. We choice this campground over others near the area because of this location. We arrived later in the day, were able to unhook, and then drive the loop through the Valley at our leisure. The sunset view from our RV was stunning. What a beautiful setting. The hotel is adjacent but far enough away so you don't get traffic through the campground. We had the breakfast buffet up at the hotel and shopped at the gift shop. I thought the jewelry selection offered here was one of the best I'd seen. - AspenTrailmama
Nov 2017 - $36.00
Really neat park, tucked in the rocks at Monument Valley. Clean and new. Nice attention to detail. Lights in the evening are amber. All buildings, furniture, and utilities are painted to blend in with the surrounding rock. Wi-Fi really decent, though park wasn't full either. Park store clean and well stocked. Leveling more challenging due to terrain, but we did OK. - Phaeton_Driver
Oct 2017 - $56.00
We stayed here two nights in a travel trailer. The setting of this campground is absolutely beautiful set in the rocks with a view of Monument Valley. The staff was friendly and helpful. I would definitely stay here again. - Florida Bob
Oct 2017 - $53.00
I drove in here from the south rim of the Grand Canyon and was thrilled to find it in the dark. I had expected a flat dirt lot similar to a truck stop, but was shocked to find the Check-In facility open and the woman at the counter was prepared for us.
We stayed in site 32 which had a nice picnic table and grill. I didn't realize how special this was till the next morning and was in awe of it all. The views were remarkable. More than I ever dreamed of. The night we checked in, my wife and I decided to book a guided full day tour of Monument Valley. We immediately booked an additional nights stay along with our tour.
The next morning our Navajo guide picked us up at the campground office and we had the experience of a lifetime. We are so happy we made the decision to come to Gouldings, and I highly recommend it to all who want to experience the amazing Monument Valley scenery up close and personal! We loved it All! Special thanks to our tour guide! - Npearson41
Apr 2017 - $35.00
It's an interesting campground. It consists of 5 tipis, a couple of cabins, and 2 RV spots. RV Reviews rated it as an "8", maybe the rating was based on the tipis or cabins. We only had water and electric hookup. WiFi is weak/non-existent, as is Verizon. There are no over air TV stations or radio stations (FM or AM). The bathrooms are nice. Each of the two bathroom/shower is a private space; shower, toilet, and sink all in a private room. There is no picnic table or patio. We wouldn't have been able to use either due to the weather. Most days the wind was 10-15 mph, a couple of the days it was 20+ with gusts of 30-40 mph. That's not the fault of the park. The view from our motorhome was spectacular. We could watch the sunrise and sunset over the monuments from our motorhome. Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park is maybe 6 miles away. The location is great. I believe they are working on the campground. The tipi area is really nice with newer plants and beds, BBQ's, picnic tables. However, we probably would not stay here again, we would try another campground just up the road. - Living the Life
Aug 2016 - $28.00
Simi-level, back-in dirt site with electric and water. No sewer. Friendly staff. Access to restrooms and showers. Staff provides Monument Valley Tours. Quiet. Added bonus: wild mule roams free. - starrview
Oct 2017 - $45.00
Monument Valley Camp Park is a brand new campground in the valley off of route 163, on the Utah side of the border. It's basically across the road from Goulding's. All sites are flat, gravel, and have full hookups. Pricing is based on how big the site is. There are a tightly packed row of back in sites along the highway that are $35, some fairly tightly packed pull through in the middle of the park that are $40, and some pull through sites with a little patch of grass in between sites for $45. The $45 sites were reasonably spacious. None of the sites was very long, but people with bigger rigs were still able to make it work. The campground wasn't crowded at all, so the site spacing wasn't an issue, but on a busy day, things might be a bit tight. The restrooms and showers looked brand new, like they had been built the week before. Reviews of this campground on other sites complained about no showers, so they probably are brand new. Grass, trees, and other vegetation was also freshly planted. Right now, it's full sun everywhere. In a couple of years, there will be a bit of shade. The whole campground is pancake flat, and had views of some of the monuments. The weirdest thing was the sewer pipes stuck about 8" above the ground. My motorhome is pretty low to the ground, so this made it hard for me to dump. The campground owner is a nice guy, but he wasn't around most of the time. He seemed to be around mostly in the late afternoon. I didn't ask, but I suspect he still has a day job while things are getting started, and he's coming over to take care of business after his day job. Goulding's about a mile away has a shop and restaurant, if you need that. This place is purely a campground. - AnnP
Oct 2017 - $40.00
This is a brand new park. The restrooms are under construction, so if you need them or a laundry, this park may not be for you. If you need a nice place to stay that is clean, level, and with Monument Valley in front of you, this is the place to stay. I called for reservations and was told he gave a military discount. He's not ready for Good Sam or anything else. The office is not always manned, but there are instructions to self check-in. There is no cable or OTA TV. However there is a free wifi that worked very well. Go very slow as you enter this park. It is a little rutted. The interior roads are fine. This is a great place to stay if you want to visit Monument Valley. - The Griffins